Frazer-Nash will be showcasing how its ‘stars’ of systems engineering and technology deliver stellar solutions to the space sector’s challenges, at the 8th Space Forum taking place in Adelaide on Monday 30 September.
The 8th Space Forum, which will be held at the Adelaide Convention Centre, will form part of the inaugural three-day Space Science and Space Industry Conference, and will be followed by the 19th Australian Space Research Conference (ASRC).
Senior Consultant, Linton Smith, who leads on Frazer-Nash’s space offering in Australia, said:
“We’ll be joining other key players – including scientists, researchers, teachers and industry and government workers – to discuss the latest discoveries, trends and opportunities in the space sector.
“Come and meet us at Stand 24 at the Adelaide Convention Centre, to find out how our experts are helping the space industry to achieve mission success.”
A team from Frazer-Nash will also be taking part in the Deloitte GRAVITY Challenge, launching on 1 October. The GRAVITY Challenge is a national technology innovation programme, which will challenge industry, entrepreneurs and universities to design and build solutions to real industrial, social and environmental problems.
“This six-week challenge is bringing market demand and innovators together, to create new and viable offerings that leverage space data from Deloitte and the recently-announced AWS Ground Station service.
“The Frazer-Nash team: Raj Baksi, Henry Atkins, Anthony Kwong and Nigel Doyle, are looking forward to using their ingenuity and expertise to deliver a solution to a conundrum posed by a ‘Challenger’ from the space industry.”